Ron is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. His education background includes a master's degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Toronto. He is currently in his last year of doctoral studies in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Toronto. Ron has also helped supervise masters level students at the OISE clinic as part of his doctoral training. Ron is currently completing a dissertation on the experience of mattering and depression amongst individuals who have experienced a motor vehicle crash.
"My clinical work includes working with adults and youth who have experienced trauma and some of the aftermaths that emerge as a direct result of the traumatic experience including anxiety and feelings of despondency. My work prioritizes creating a safe space for disclosure as well as helping restore a sense of empowerment by tapping into an individual's strengths and ways of coping that have served them well. Every individual matters and I place high importance that this idea gets across in sessions. I cherish every moment that I have to learn from clients and their stories. Finally, I have recognized the great value of supporting clients in their journeys of reconnecting to individuals and activities that they once enjoyed. Some of the treatment models that I use include but not limited to: CBT, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic, Systematic-Desensitization, Strengths-based and Client-Centred".